In this issue: -EMSA Admin Board looks to the future; -Monitoring fishing in the North Atlantic; -LNG bunkering study now on website; -EMSA to raise its own energy efficiency.
In this issue: - Revised Founding Regulation now in force. - Anticipating the human impact of pollution. - IMDatE provides its first services. - Vice-Admiral Carvalho Abreu visits EMSA.
Find in this brochure how EMSA operates maritime information systems to support the maritime monitoring activities of the Commission and Member States. These systems are able to: monitor ship ...
Final report of the EMSA commissioned study on standards and rules for bunkering of gas-fuelled ships (by Germanischer Lloyd) – OP/06/2012Published08.03.2013
The objective of this report to provide a detailed description of the existing rule framework related to LNG bunkering. This report provides recommendations for possible common EU wide guidelines ...CategoriesTags
Besides describing the well-known tasks of EMSA and the purpose of its activities in the fields of maritime safety, security and pollution prevention and response, the EMSA Work Programme also give ...
Following its adoption by the European Parliament and the Council, the amendment to EMSA’s founding regulation has now been published in the Official Journal of the European Union as Regulation (EU) ...Categories
The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) submits a report to the Commission and the Administrative Board, by 31 January each year, concerning the financial execution of the detailed plan (Action ...
This report is the main deliverable of the project "Study on discharge facilities for oil recovered at sea – Geographical distribution, technical challenges, solutions and alternatives related to ...CategoriesTags
Study on the Delivery of Ship-generated Waste and Cargo Residues to Port Reception Facilities in EU PortsPublished28.09.2012
The final report of the study on the Delivery of Ship-generated Waste and Cargo Residues to Port Reception Facilities in EU Ports has just been published online. This study, carried out by ...
Mr Markku Mylly of Finland has been appointed as the new Executive Director of the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA). The vote was held during the 33rd session of the Administrative Board on 8 ...